Goldfarb Doesn't Know Either

The usual partisan suspects are pouncing on yours truly for wanting the McCain-Palin campaign to release Palin's medical records for the past year to rebut for good and all the rumors on the Internets and the very, very strange chronology surrounding the pregnancy and birth of Trig Palin. It is, apparently, vile, evil and a function of AIDS dementia to wonder what the truth is and ask the McCain campaign to provide it. So I hope Dean Barnett and John Podhoretz will eviscerate Michael Goldfarb, their former uber-neocon comrade, as well:

In an unguarded moment last night, McCain Report blogger Michael Goldfarb replied to my question of whether there's any truth to the rumor that Sarah Palin's Down Syndrome child is actually her daughter's with the following less-than-confidence-inspiring comment: "Well, I don't... think so."

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